Nancy Gale (left) Executive Director of the local Child Development Centre receives a cheque of $676.20 from Jan Hermiston Worthy Matron of Princess Pine Chapter #67 Order of The Eastern Star. This money was raised by Princess Pine #67 at their Tea and Market Raffle.

Community builders

Generous donations keep community strong, address needs

Our Community Builders section in the Williams Lake Tribune recognizes the generous support of our local service clubs, associations and businesses.

Those highlighted this week include Paradise Theatre donating to the Williams Lake Female Midget Timberwolves, the Princess Pine Chapter #67 Order of The Eastern Star donating to the Child Development Centre and the Williams Lake Stampede Association donating to the KidSport.

Congratulations everyone on a job well done!

 

Williams Lake Stampede Association president Tim Rolph (left) and director Lorne Doerksen (right) present KidSport of Williams Lake and Area director Pat Radolla with a $2,000 cheque.

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